Monkey & The Engineer, Little Sadie, Long Black Limousine, I've Been All Around This World Mason's Children, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Black Peter, Hard To Handle, Cumberland Blues, Casey Jones, Good Lovin'-> Drums-> Good Lovin', Cryptical Envelopement-> Drums-> The Other One-> Cryptical Envelopement-> Uncle John's Band-> Turn On Your Love Light
The AUD tape supplies:
D1T09 (Casey Jones) 1:05 through 4:21
D2T06 (Lovelight) 7:53 through 8:14
patches by H.B., 4/02, thanks to Uli for the AUD tape, and Rob for the SBD download!
Note: The SBD used was the Scott Clugston seed. Everything except D1T09 (Casey Jones), D1T10 (Good Lovin') and D2T06 (Lovelight) is unchanged. The source for the Scott Clugston seeds is as follows:
August 9, 2021 Subject:
This is not really the first grateful Dead acoustic set but I still love it
So this is a great recording and I enjoy it immensely I'm not trying to detract from it at all. However I do want to point out that this should be considered more of an accidental mini acoustic set. Only four songs were played acoustically, because Phil was late, it wasn't planned which is not a big deal really, but there was another incident earlier in 1969 of a late or missing member when they played several acoustic songs that I can't find the link for right now although I did try. Certainly it was equally long.. although, it might have been partially electric with Jerry on a pedal steel... I wish I could find it to clarify the matter... Regardless, either way, for the first full grateful Dead acoustic set I think we'd have to refer to the McFarlin in Texas, December 26th 1969 show. There we have a full acoustic set that appears intentional even songs like Uncle John's band were performed all acoustically. For some inexplicable reason the acoustic set is missing in some locations on the archive where it should be I'm not sure what happened there. I was still able to access the full acoustic set using a deadhead archive app from Android so it's probably still there maybe just a little tricky to find unless you poke around a bit
February 15, 2018 Subject:
Very cool. Great show. Thanks for uploading this classic —the whole acoustic set is apparently “first time played” versions. They even tease Wake Up Little Susie, but Jerry concedes he doesn’t know all the words. They’ll bust it out soon...
Tight Good Lovin & Lovelight!
August 20, 2010 Subject:
first acoustic set played by the dead, so appropriate that it was ad hoc, great to hear
the electric stuff is great in general, a lot of good songs gotta love this time period
April 19, 2006 Subject:
One of the best ever full stop. You will love this..
December 22, 2004 Subject:
i actually found this show because a t-shirt i bought on the haight has this date on it... great stuff... a little confusing w/r/t the info in the reviews of 12-26, which talk about that show being their first acoustic set due to Billy's being "somewhere over Omaha"... However, this show starts w/ an acoustic set because Phil (the "tall, skinny guy," Bobby says) is "stuck in traffic"... So does this mean this show is the 1st acoustic set? a Mason's tease right before All Around This World, followed by laughter- this stuff is obviously off the cuff, and just effin great! The sound quality is excellent as well, with very little hiss. Do it now if you're a fan of '69... and who the hell isn't?